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You are most likely mishearing 〜てやる, as in 殺してやる. Related: What does てやる mean when it is not used for giving?
It's not so much by carelessness as constructive intention or sense. It keeps the sentence unfinished and can attract the listener's attention by making him/her wonder what happens then. However, in this case, I guess what's omitted here is what the speaker said before the example sentence, in short, the te form stands for causal relationship between the ...
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